Free Training Workshops for Small Business Owners
Equity, Diversity Revamp Coming, Another FCC ACDDE Vote Controversial- Article on Communications Daily
In writing legislation, Congress should consider the role that Big Tech played in helping small businesses survive during the pandemic
Supplier development Programs for the Asian American Business Owners
3-day high-flying event featuring 25 engaging programs, 66 top-notch speakers, and over 1000 amazing participants
The third day of the conference built upon the substantive business development forums and discussions of the previous two days, also focused on opportunities in the supply chain, latest best practices, strategies, and the big picture on procurement.
CPOs and D&I Leaders share Market Intelligence & Roadmap to Supplier Diversity & Procurement Opportunities for Small and Diverse Businesses
The state of Supplier Diversity and Procurement took center stage on the second day of the virtual CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference, held June 9. The deep-dive discussions from Fortune 500 subject-matter experts and practitioners were held to benefit minority businesses who want to be part of the billion-dollar supply chain of these major corporations.
USPAACC, the most established and experienced national non-profit Asian American chamber of commerce has announced its annual signature CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference with an emphasis on creating an equal opportunity platform for minority and diverse businesses through allyship and inclusion.
A virtual symposium and trade fair was held on April 28 to help diverse businesses enter, compete, and grow in the trillion-dollar communications or tech sectors. The Symposium brought together the country's major players in the telecommunications industry: AT&T, Charter Communications, Comcast, T-Mobile USA, and Verizon.
Since 1984, USPAACC has been advocating for equal opportunity and fair treatment for Pan Asian American businesses. We welcome the passage with broad bipartisan support of the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act by the Senate.